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Sergey YUTKEVICH
Сергей ЮТКЕВИЧ
Sergueï YOUTKEVITCH
 
USSR / Poland, 1966, 99 mn 
Black and white, fiction

Lenin in Poland

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Ленин в Польше

 

 Lénine en Pologne

 Lenin v Polshe


 
Directed by : Sergey YUTKEVICH (Сергей ЮТКЕВИЧ)
Writing credits : Yevgeni GABRILOVICH (Евгений ГАБРИЛОВИЧ), Sergey YUTKEVICH (Сергей ЮТКЕВИЧ)
 
Cast
Edmund FETTING (Эдмунд ФЕТТИНГ)
Ilona KUSMERSKA (Илона КУСЬМЕРСКА)
Anna LISIANSKAYA (Анна ЛИСЯНСКАЯ)
Antonina PAVLYCHEVA (Антонина ПАВЛЫЧЕВА)
Andrei PETROV (2) (Андрей ПЕТРОВ (2))
Maksim STRAUSH (Максим ШТРАУХ) ...Lénine
 
Cinematography : Yan LYASKOVSKY (Ян ЛЯСКОВСКИЙ)
Production design : Yan GRANDYS (Ян ГРАНДЫС)
Music : Adam VALACHINSKY (Адам ВАЛАЧИНСКИЙ)
Sound : Yusef BARCHAK (Юзеф БАРТЧАК)
Production : Mosfilm, TK Studio (Pologne)
Release date in Russia : 21/04/1966
 

Awards :
Best directing Festival de Cannes, Cannes (France), 1966
Prix du meilleur film historico-révolutionnaire, au Festival de l'Union Soviétique, 1966

Plot synopsis
Historical war movie about the events of the first world war in August 1914, when Lenin was in POLAND(at a place called Poronino, the Polish Carpathian mountains). It was there, on the former Austro-Hungarian territory, that the future leader was thrown in prison as a subject of the enemy state. The authors of the movie give the viewer a chance to follow the main character’s train of thought, to compare the foresight and the reality.
Source : www.moscowfilmfestival.ru
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Sputnik nad Polska, Warsaw (Poland), 2009
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2008
- Festival de Cannes, Cannes (France), 1966


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